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Your handwriting and you




Graphology is something I’ve always been interested in and something that I’ve been doing for nearly 14 years now..Graphology simply means study of handwritings to reveal an individual’s personality.
You can tell about a person’s nature,whether he or she is an extrovert or introvert,Whether the person is impulsive,artistic,materialistic..Is the person what he really appears to be or are there layers to his/her personality? Handwritings reveal SO much..
I don’t claim to be an expert because my skill is maily self taught,through books and practice..I look at hand written envelopes,receipts,even notes scribbled during a meeting –basically anything hand written and I can tell certain things about that person..Many a time I havent even met that person yet 80% of what I say would be right..I’m always looking at my husband’s office papers,where people he works with would have scribbled some notes in the margin..Then I analyse the writing and ask my husband if that person who scribbled the notes is the way I describe..Most of the time I am accurate..
Certain strokes correspond to different characteristics. A person’s handwriting is more or less consistent with the way he/she is as a person.If you are angry it will reflect in your handwriting..If you are sad, that too shows..
Graphology is a science..Hand writing is a neuro-muscular function of your brain..Therefore every thought , and every emotion you feel reflects in your writing.Your brain is used to certain patterns which are pre programmed and it reflects in your writing..
The moment I analyse a person’s writing, it is almost as if I know the person completely—their strengths,weaknesses,what they really are like..We are socially conditioned to be behave in an accepted way, which very often conceal our true nature..But our writing never lies..It is fascinating how much our writing reveals..and Graphology continues to enthrall me.

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  1. It does sound quite fascinating --

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  2. Graphology? Very interesting!

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  3. Hii preeti..You are always a creative person..i start to read your all blogs from beginning. can you tell me how can i too learn the graphology??

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